The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Excellent animation and montage shore up a plot which has a few howls, several chuckles and many smiles.
The results, inevitably, were disappointing -- Bakshi just didn't have the money to make it right.
Despite some ingenious effects, a generally trivial exercise that never matches the punch of the original.
A singular, cohesive, and powerful vision, but it's also an alarmingly toxic one.
X-rated museum piece
Aficionados of Crumb's work weren't enthralled by the movie when it came out, and time hasn't been kind to it.
Best observed as a cultural artifact.
Bawdy animated fun--a classic.
Cats with cleavage? I think not.
Despite the somewhat meandering nature of its plot, the film's underlying messages about social hypocrisy on all levels still has a strong bite to it, and it remains one of the more creative and daring forays in feature-length animation.
Those who consider themselves un-cool can still take pleasure in viewing this strange adult-oriented feature length cartoon, the likes of which flourished briefly in the 1970s but never became established as mainstream entertainment.
Full of animated, nude, cartoon animals and some of the most vitriolic racism (disguised as empowerment) ever put on film, Fritz the Cat is so bad that Crumb, after seeing the film, killed the character in one of his comics.
A crude, surreal and darkly comedy. Fritz the Cat it's a real classic of the underground films, with a political background, Bakshi's work presents a weird animated New York in the 60's, full of hippie fashion, free sex, marijuana culture, racism and social problems. The "stud cat" Fritz have a view of all the society and make a personal trip, in based of his on philosophy, always meeting strange characters like: a heroin addict rabbit, terrorist radicals, unprofessionals cops, intellectual New York people and etc, etc, etc... Sometimes too screwball, dumb and overblown, but Fritz The Cat is an unique and remarkable animated film with a good soundtrack. Disturbing and maddening. Fresh.
Im not sure what this is, but I thought it was okay
This is the classic adult animated film which made the genre more popular. Bakshi's work was really revolutionary and very cool visually. I'm a big fan of his work, and I love this movie.
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